1st Edition

Agenda for Change An International Analysis of Industrial Relations in Transition

Edited By Oliver Clarke, John Niland Copyright 1991
    220 Pages
    by Routledge

    Agenda for Change (1991) examines the experiences of five industrialised market economies in a period of profound change in industrial relations. It looks at the national history and culture affecting industrial relations, the obstacles to change and the levers that could effect it, and the respective roles of employers, unions and governments in bringing about improvement. Is there any single model of an industrial relations system to which a country could aspire?

    1. Can Industrial Relations Change? An International Perspective Oliver Clarke and John Niland  2. United States of America Thomas A. Kochan and Kirsten R. Wever  3. The Federal Republic of Germany Wolfgang Streeck  4. France Yves Delamotte  5. Britain Laurie Hunter  6. Australia John Niland and Keri Spooner  7. The Dynamics and Dimensions of Change Oliver Clarke and John Niland


    John Niland and Oliver Clarke